Myopia is not the patent of teenagers, “adult myopia” is coming!

Abstract: in the traditional concept, myopia has nothing to do with adults. Those who are not myopia can rest easy, and those who are myopia will no longer worry about making great progress. But in recent years, ophthalmologists have found that even if the adult’s eyeballs have been fully developed, they can’t stand the “destruction” of using the eyes for a long time and close distance., In the traditional concept, compared with children, the visual acuity of adults should be more stable and will not easily develop into myopia. In recent years, it has been found that the proportion of adult myopia is getting higher and higher., At present, there are many cases in which patients find that “vision is best before the age of 18, and myopia comes to the door after the age of 18”. There are also cases in which the degree of myopia in adulthood is not reduced, but deepened year by year., Myopia was originally a juvenile disease. Why has it become an adult disease now?, Teenagers have a high incidence of myopia. First, they use more eyes for long-term close reading; Second, they are in the period of growth and development. It is easy to lengthen the eye axis and deepen myopia. For adults, eye development has been basically perfect, so in the traditional concept, myopia has nothing to do with adults. Those who are not myopia can rest easy, and those who are myopia will no longer worry about making great progress. But in recent years, ophthalmologists have found that even if the adult’s eyeballs have been fully developed, they can’t stand the “destruction” of using the eyes for a long time and close distance., The biggest problem is excessive eye use. Now adults living in cities can hardly work without computers. When they get home, they can’t leave their eyes without TV, computers and mobile phones. All these are close eye work. The vision of adults is relatively stable, which does not mean that it is absolutely unchanged. They will also be tired after using their eyes for a long time and close distance. Once or twice, visual fatigue can be relieved after rest. If you can maintain this state for a long time, you will naturally develop myopia., In order to prevent the development of myopia, we must let the eyes “rest” well. In the traditional concept of

, compared with children, the visual acuity of adults should be more stable and will not easily develop into myopia. In recent years, it has been found that the proportion of adult myopia is getting higher and higher.

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at present, some patients have found that “vision is best before the age of 18, and myopia comes to the door after the age of 18”. There are also cases in which the degree of myopia in adulthood is not reduced, but deepened year by year.

myopia was originally a juvenile disease. Why has it become an adult disease now?

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teenagers have a high incidence of myopia because they use more eyes for long-term close reading; Second, they are in the period of growth and development. It is easy to lengthen the eye axis and deepen myopia. For adults, eye development has been basically perfect, so in the traditional concept, myopia has nothing to do with adults. Those who are not myopia can rest easy, and those who are myopia will no longer worry about making great progress. But these years, ophthalmologists have found that even if the adult’s eyeballs have been well developed, they can’t stand the “destruction” of using the eyes for a long time and close distance.

the biggest problem is excessive eye use.

now adults living in cities can hardly work without computers. When they get home, they can’t leave their eyes without TV, computers and mobile phones, all of which are close eye work. The vision of adults is relatively stable, which does not mean that it is absolutely unchanged. They will also be tired after using their eyes for a long time and close distance. Once or twice visual fatigue can be relieved after rest. If you can maintain this state for a long time, it will naturally progress to myopia.

in order to prevent the development of myopia, we must let our eyes “rest” well,

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. Therefore, even if adults are not myopia, they should not think that they have escaped the dangerous period. Those who have myopia are more likely to deepen further and even suffer from other eye diseases. Therefore, the guidelines for teenagers to prevent myopia are also applicable to adults, including the cumulative time of close eye use every day, preferably no more than 6 hours, and let the eyes rest every 30-40 minutes; Don’t look at what you can hear at work, and don’t sit if you can walk around; More outdoor sports should be done to reduce access to “myopia environment” such as game consoles, televisions and computers.